I don't even know where to start with this one . . .

Dr. Michael Egnor, creationist neurosurgeon and Discovery Institute blogger, has a problem. Either he hasn't figured out that we're _way_ past April Fools Day, or he has just managed to produce what might just be the single dumbest anti-evolution argument that I have _ever_ seen. We're talking about a demonstration of absolute, rock-bottom, Kent-Hovind-eat-your-heart-out, triple-distilled essence of pure stupid.

[The argument today](http://www.evolutionnews.org/2007/04/post_18.html) - and I warn anyone who knows anything at all about evolution to put down all food and drinks right now - is that if evolution was right, we should see some brain tumors acting to make better brains.

No, I'm not joking. That's his latest argument, in response to a [thorough fisking](http://www.theness.com/neurologicablog/default.asp?Display=57) delivered last month by Yale neuroscientist Steve Novella. Brain tumors mutate and are subject to natural selection, so if evolution is correct they should produce better brains:

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